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explorer
2002-09-12T04:40:15Z
i have a celeron 1100

but now i am usimg the other computer

which has
133 mhz
16 ram
2.1 hddd
33.6 apache fax-modem

very very old......

and how about you??
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cthulhukeeper
2002-09-12T21:53:55Z
at the moment (until I get my new rig fixed up) well..... look at me sig... I thing I am the winner right now
Marco C
2002-09-12T23:35:30Z
I hardly ever use them but I have a C64, Amiga 500, TRS-80, Ti-99, Macintosh LC, Atari ST and an Apple IIGS all laying around the lab right now
dieselboy
2002-09-13T00:32:58Z
What, no Tandy 1000s like I have collecting dust??
What about a Commodore??
explorer
2002-09-13T04:11:48Z
dieselboy
2002-09-13T07:28:03Z
Quote:

Originally posted by Debaser
c64 is a commador, isn't it?


hahaha...didn't see that, my bad
Bothware
2002-09-13T08:33:40Z
The oldest Ive owned was a P90 based system - I posted the specs of all my systems on the post your specs thread.

I used to use a BBC Micro though for A-Level Electronics! - some legacy kit, but still used!
That means I used 5" disks just 2 years ago whereas I ain't used 3" disks for @ least 5 years !
Ramman
2002-09-13T11:29:02Z
A Tandy was my first. I used a 286 with a 10MB HDD up until about 5 years ago. The next step was a 386 with 16MB RAM and a 20MB HDD. Used that until for a year until I got my old Cyrix MII. That I used until May of this year.

Strangely, that was when I joined here.....
cthulhukeeper
2002-09-13T15:29:18Z
I think he means a comp you CAN ACTUAL surf the interslice with
redwolf4000
2002-09-13T17:38:55Z
no one really needs there 3.5 disk drive, it just makes you feel comforted and secure having one. I mean think about it, even if your pc had this terrible boot problem, no one boots from a 3.5 to fix it anymore? just clean install.
gateways_rule
2002-09-14T21:49:53Z
I'm using my Gateway Performance 1000 but I once in a while use my old P 120MHz machine. :eek: